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Pretty Little Girl From Omagh

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Pretty Little Girl From Omagh Guitar Chords And Lyrics. Written by Johnny Cauley. Guitar chords by Marc.Recorded by Daniel O'Donnell, Hugo Duncan and Sean Cuddy. A country song.

Intro: D-D-A-D

 

Way [D]up in the north in old Tyrone

There's a [G]pretty little girl I call my own

She's the [D]sweetest rose Ireland's ever [A]grown

And [D]sure as the moon and stars above

I'm  [G]falling head over heels in love

With a [D]pretty little girl from Omagh

In the [A]county of Ty[D]rone.

 

There's [D]cute little girls in old Strabane

They're [G]just as pretty in Monaghan

[D]This to every roving eye is [A]known

But I [D]guess that I'd be out of bounds

'Cos [G]there between the northern towns

There's a [D]pretty little girl from Omagh

In the [A]county of Ty[D]rone.

 

Chorus 1

She [A]wears my ring and tells her friends

She going to marry me

But [D]best of all she tells them all

She's happy as can [G]be, oh lucky [A]me.

 

Chorus 2

Well I [D]don't know what she's done to me

There's [G]nothing else my eyes can see

But the [D]pretty little girl from Omagh

In the [A]County Of Ty[D]rone

 

Bridge: D-D-A-D

 

Verse 3

T’was [D]down in the south in old Drummore

I re[G]call that yellow dress she wore

[D]She ran along the shore there all a[A]lone

I [D]guess it was your lucky day

When [G]she went there on a holiday

The [D]pretty little girl from Omagh

In the [A]county of Ty[D]rone.

 

Chorus 1

Chorus 2

Chorus 1

Chorus 2

 

Ah the [D]pretty little girl from Omagh

In the [A]County Of Ty[D]rone

Pretty Little Girl From Omagh

Omagh is the county town oy Tyrone and is the largest county in Northern Ireland. It was the home of Hugh ONeill the Earl Of Tyrone who surrendered to The English in 1603 which then saw the end of Gaelic Ireland. This was the start of the plantation of ulster by English and Scottish settlers who took control of the land.
Places to visit in Tyrone include The Sperrin Mountains in the north of the county close to Derry.Gortin Glen Forest Park is another ideal place to visit.Tyrone is one of the finest spots for wildlife and trout fishing in Ireland. A former American president Woodrow Wilson came from Tyrone and several other former presidents trace their roots back to Northern Ireland

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